Yellow & Yangtze (Digital Wolf Dire)
I didn’t even realize this Knizia Reiner game before Dire Wolf announced the application last year. It’s a kind of spiritual successor for the 1997 match, Tigris & Euprates, one of the all-time regional control standings. In both games, you score a score by growing your “Kingdom” in four different colors, but at the end of the game every lowest player from the four players compared to the lowest score of other players. Where Tigris has players putting square tiles on the map, creating the adjacent tile kingdom that goes to “war” when they are connected, Yellow & Yangtze uses hexagonal tiles that allow more connections between groups. It also introduces the fifth color of the royal, gold, which can be used to increase your score in one of the other four areas. The terrible apps all look great, with bright colors and Snazzy’s animation, and this is no exception.
Puerto Rico (Codito)
One of the big Euro games of all time, Puerto Rico is a high strategy gim with very little randomness or luck. You are building a colony by planting plants, building buildings, shipping goods for money or points, and employing invaders represented by … (narrow) small chocolate tokens. (It’s true in physical games too.) This is a “classic machine builder,” where you set everything in your room to produce goods every round, most of the merchandise that you can send for points, which is the optimal strategy except everyone except Everyone unless everyone does do it too. Only available on iOS.
Game Against The Iron Throne – G.O.T Game Against (Digital Dowload)
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We bring you a box package on the throne of iron that displays references from all famous show books and episodes.
We bring you a full package containing 58 black cards and 221 white cards which number up to a total of 280 cards. This 280 cardswan package never lets you and your fan friends stay bored for a minute. Against the iron throne guide.
A beautiful rendition of a famous economic designer from Martin Wallace designer, most of which also involve the train because he really likes trains (and who isn’t?), Kuningan is set in the era of the Industrial Revolution in England and asks players to build a factory So they can produce and send cotton, iron, and coal for points – but you have to borrow enough to keep your business so that in the end you can make a profit. The original version did not have a component AI which was quite strong, but the developer added a more difficult option last year.
Another Wallace title, this one is a little easier to understand than brass but it’s not interesting to see. Steam has players who compete to build a train line on one of various maps – a standard map is New England – to connect cities and cities and then send various colored cubes on their railways. You get money every time traveling well along one of your tracks, regardless of who is shipping. There is almost no randomness or luck here, making this a great game if you enjoy that operating class operations you take in business schools.
One of my favorite Eurogames complexes, Burgundy castle gives you many choices, and many ways to score points, but it’s a little bear to be arranged and the original game has some unprofitable color choices on the hexagonal small pieces that make them difficult to distinguish. This version of the application uses a graph of the latest edition, and has a solid AI player that can navigate many choices and strategies available for players, just less than revenge that humans can actually show (there are several times when blocking the opponent is a strategy). This is a game that I rarely get at a table in my house, so playing in the application is often a good way to fix me.
Designer Antoine Bauzi likes Japanese themes in the game, with beautiful artwork to match, with the Tokaido application version that carries the same graph, adding some funny animations to make the board feel less static. The original tōkaidō, or the east sea road, is the main main road in Japan during the Edo period, traveling on foot and connecting Kyoto to what is now Tokyo. The player in Tokaido traveled along the board, stopped wherever they wanted, with each stop allowing them to do something that finally leads to the point – collecting artifacts, contributing to the temple, collecting the portion of artwork, or buying food on the route. Even though there are some different ways to squeeze points, you usually just want to stop wherever you can, it’s good to get benefits and because you can block other players from stopping there.
Mars Terraforming (Asmode Digital)
Terraforming Mars is one of the most popular complex strategy games and in terms of all time, and bring it to digital must be a significant effort considering the difficulty of creating competent AI players for the application. Based on popular trilogy novels Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson, Terraforming Mars has competing players to build complex card machines that will help produce six different resources they can use to buy and play more cards. Players will also be terraform, placing green and water hex tiles – as well as occasional city tiles – on this planet, further increase the temperature of the planet, oxygen, and water, directs the game to the final condition. There are many things that happen here, the better have an application to handle accounting and cleaning for you.
It’s smart enough (brettspielwelt)
This is my favorite solo application today, based on physical games that play two to four with solo mode. This application does not offer multiplayain and is designed for you to play this solo in one sitting … but it’s very fast and very addictive so you won’t stop playing mid or playing just once. These dice rollers: You will turn a six-dice set 18 times crossing six rounds, choose and delete one off after each roll to fill the place in your score sheet, which has five areas that match the color of five dice. (Die sixth, white, wild and can be used in any color.) Filling certain boxes opens a bonus, including a very strong “plus” capability that allows you to choose and score additional goals. The aim is to get the highest score you can; Whatever more than 200 is good, and 300 is a fame material hall.